Taking place on the 3rd floor of Galeries Lafayette Beaugrenelle (15th arrondissement), the Grand Beau restaurant offers a very pleasant homecoming in a setting with natural inspirations. Focus on a haven of peace in the heart of the capital signed Delphine Sauvaget.
For more than 10 years, the Parisian publisher Mustache has been offering design enthusiasts to decorate their interiors with iconic and cutting-edge pieces. An institution which now takes place in a colorful setting close to the Saint-Martin canal, imagined by the agency En Bande Organisée, in collaboration with Julien Dufresne Architecte. Focus on the new design temple of the capital.
Behind this facade of a bourgeois building in Reims (51) hides a hairdresser like no other. Designed by local architect Grégory Guillemain, the Léa Loghan lounge stands out for its refined treatment, combining the charm of the old with elegant contemporary details.
Pauline Borgia, the founder of Atelier Steve, draws on her experience as an architect to carry out the renovation and fitting out of a Parisian apartment of 90 square meters. She imagines a colorful, fluid and luminous interior, where the herringbone parquet floor, the cast iron radiators and the historic fireplaces blend brilliantly with natural or ecological panels, colorful.
Luxurious lush greenery of Paris, the Place des Vosges is embellished with a hotel offering exceptional views of this emblematic square of the capital. For the "Cour des Vosges", the architects of the Lecoadic-Scotto agency are taking over the walls of the old Montbrun hotel and are proposing a contemporary rewriting of these previously dilapidated spaces.
A stone's throw from the old courthouse in Nantes (44), the interior designers of Urbanmakers imagine a green setting, where taste and gastronomy reign, all hidden behind a green carriage door. Welcome to Canopée, the new temple of cool sleeping beauty.
Nestled in the south of Pigalle, rue Condorcet, the Cuisine establishment is getting a makeover. A small historic butcher in the 9th arrondissement, Cuisine is reinventing itself as a trendy bistro under the leadership of Japanese chef Takao Inazawa and his sidekick, French oenophile Benoît Simon. Halfway between the Parisian troquet and the Japanese izakaya, this friendly place invites gourmets to enjoy small fusion dishes and natural wines in a vintage decor signed by the agency Federico Masotto Architecte.
Behind a typically Parisian facade of rue Charlot (3rd arrondissement) is the new boutique of Enfants Riches Déprimés, a unisex brand launched in 2012 in Los Angeles (United States) by the young designer Henry Levy. Like the American label, the Parisian address of the fashion house distills a nihilistic aesthetic and a taste for ostentation in a minimalist space signed Didier Fiúza Faustino.
A stone's throw from the Place des Ternes (17th arrondissement) hides a small boudoir where all gourmets are already flocking in search of sweet gifts for the holiday season. For its 6th Parisian address, Maison Damyel calls on interior designer and gallery owner Jessica Barouch and designer Francesco Balzano who imagine a very soft setting, where the traditional “too much” of chocolate factories gives way to purity.
Winner of the Top Chef television show in 2011, then two Michelin stars for her cuisine at the Prince de Galles hotel in Paris, the French chef Stéphanie Le Quellec has just opened her first gourmet restaurant in the 8th arrondissement. La Scène is set up in a chic setting with the allure of a luxurious boat imagined by the duo Toro & Liautard and invites gourmets from the capital to live an extraordinary taste, olfactory and visual experience.